What Experience does Environmental Innovations have?
EIL have been in the industry for nearly 10 years now, not only developing the market place, but being market leaders in product and system design. Our innovations have lead the way, solving pollution, water and wireless problems whilst not exceeding excessive costs.
Our client base stretches from the large multi-national through to single industrial units to residential projects. We have developed systems which have been rolled out across companies with numerous sites, and also carried out network servicing and upgrades of existing systems.
Can Environmental Innovations Develop Bespoke System?
Yes. We have our own R&D and Manufacturing facility in Hertforshire, which means we can develop a system which meets your needs. This can be cost-effective in the sense that you end up with a system doing what you need it to do, rather than too many functions, or not enough. Dicsuss your needs with us to find out our capabilities.
Where can I see Environmental Innovations products?
We exhibit our products at numerous trade shows throughout the annual calendar. Contact us if you would like to know where we will be exhbiting next.
Alternatively, you would be more than welcome at our base in Bishops Stortford.
When we conduct a site visit, we would usually bring a selection of equipment with us.
Environmental Liability Directive 2004/35/EC
In summary this new legislation applies the ‘polluter pays’ principle, to prevent and remedy environmental damage. It applies to all businesses large and small alike with unlimited fines and remediation costs. Directors can also be imprisoned for negligence under the Directive.
Note there is specific mention in the Directive that companies are obliged to use proactive prevention techniques and this fact has resulted in spill and firewater containment becoming a key part of a companies ISO14001 compliance audit.
What is Firewater Containment?
Firewater is the cocktail of runoff from a fire which will include the water used to douse the fire, along with any pollutants which end up in the runoff. Chemicals and manufacturing products, and even stock will melt, or be destryoed ina fire. These will all end up in the runoff, and as such be polluting to the receiving waters.
Firewater containment will isolate your site, from discharging the runoff. Manys sites will have to do this as part of their discharge permit, or as part of their continuous site development.